The billionaire's proposed Bev Hills museum on the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica is all but dead and Eli is now looking elsewhere, reports Architects Newspaper. The Broad Art Foundation apparently hasn't communicated with the Bev Hills Planning Division since April, not a good sign. The site, currently occupied by a string of single-story retail stores, was always a weird site for a museum, no?.
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